La Granadella

With 724 inhabitants (2022), La Granadella is the largest village in Les Garrigues.

Pla de la Vila,  the square in the heart of the village is a main meeting point for people from La Granadella. Long time ago there used to be a pond, that provided water for livestock. On one of its corners is the Church of Santa Maria de Gràcia, a cathedral-sized Baroque building, which has an image of Holy Christ of Grace and a dome lit by an artistic light. It is declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest.

In La Granadella, you can visit the Olive Oil Museum and the Olive Oil Centre of Catalonia.

On Sant Antoni mountain, you will find the 14th-century Sant Antoni Abad hermitage, with a newly-built altar dedicated to Our Lady of Montserrat.

On January 17 the Festa Major in honor of Sant Antoni Abat is taking place. It coincides with the long standing tradition of Festa de Quintos i Gitanos celebrated with a cavalcade of floats that goes around the town.

On September 14, the Festa Major is celebrated in honor of Sant Crist de Gràcia. In the second half of August, the deep-rooted and crowded Popular Traditional Catalan Music Festival has been held here since 1993. In addition the visitors of the village will enjoy the oil fair Primera Premsada, the days dedicated to Emili Pujol and the Olea Terra festival in the spring.